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This place is massive. Just ascending the walk way I felt like I was entering a place. I could see the lighthouse from afar, illuminated in the night and the translucent white stone reflects the light it's quite possible to see it from Zona Colonial....More
Tuesday16th April and we were on a guided tour of the Colonial City of Santo Domingo. As we approached the City, our coach stopped nearby this impressive building on the banks of the Ozama River.
Sadly, we were informed by our Guide that a visit...More
This was one of the most amazing architectural places I have been. The size is massive. The artifacts and history in this building was outstanding. Well designed and planned museum. Inside are rooms of items donated from other countries from my understanding donated to this...More
Many of the people that I know were having such a hard time understanding why I care to visit a Memorial to Columbus but unfortunately is part of history whatever the man did was not up to me. The suffering that he may have caused...More
We had a taxi driver take us to the “Lighthouse.” Since I had taught American History, I sure wasn’t going to miss this place. The building itself is spectacular and the memorial to Christopher Columbus is very nice. It was nice to stand back and...More
It is said the remains (or some of the remains) of Columbus are here. A beautiful resting place as you enter, and many artifacts from all over the world are in the enormous building. If you're in the area it's worth a visit to see...More
We passed by this huge building. Our tour bus stop at the front for us to see the enormity and size of this building. We did not go inside so I cant give a review of what's inside. The Pope mobile is outside of the...More
We didn't expect to visit here today so it may give us more interesting! This architecture is gigantic and beautiful. Each room is decorated with historical subjects each country donated, and of course there is Columbus's cremation. The guide in the building explained that they...More